Less than a day after voting polls closed, immigrant community members rallied in downtown Chicago to defend the election.
About 15 Rohingya Refugees gathered at Warren Park to vote for the first time after being denied that right in their native Myanmar.
After closing for over two months during the COVID-19 pandemic, an Uptown cafe that blends Vietnamese and Western tastes reopens its doors.
Michelle KanaarJune 24, 2020
After coming to the United States, the Jeftenic family faced layoffs, illness, and homelessness before opening the Astoria Bakery and Cafe.
Michelle KanaarJanuary 15, 2020
After someone tried to kill him in Ecuador because of his sexual orientation, Luis Mancheno found a new home and calling in the United States.
Michelle KanaarOctober 24, 2018
Nearly 40 political cartoonists from Mexico and the United States expressed their views on President Trump’s immigration policy for a new exhibition that opened this week in Chicago.